Liliana Merritt. Lighting. September 24th , 2018.
The lighting design concept which advocates creating "pools of light" in a space is especially germane amidst our current focus on energy conservation. By accentuating key areas through a combination of brighter colors and higher illumination levels in a relatively dark space, the eye is drawn only to areas deemed important to the design solution. Another approach, stemming from a more practical standpoint, is to create "layers of light". In this instance, lighting in a space is controlled by separate switches and dimmers so it can be lit either in sections, segregated by task, or in its entirety. This avoids over-lighting and allows for flexible lighting control. Carefully deployed, one can create a sense of drama, ceremony and cadence through these lighting techniques.
Globe lights are constructed in the same way as fairy lights but with larger bulbs that are attractive in their own right and don't need to be covered with a shade. Globe lights are usually for use outside unless decorating a particularly large indoor area, which would probably be for commercial use. Globe lights are often connectible so that it is easy to buy just enough for the project they are for. Designer string lighting is available in many sizes and are determined by either an unusual shape of bulb or be shades over the bulbs. String lighting is designed to be adult or child orientated that can follow a theme or not, depicting characters, lanterns, animals, almost anything!
Post lights are a very good choice for larger areas that need good illumination, but need a bit less than the brilliance that comes from floodlights. Post lights work well for driveways, patios, porches, decks, and front and back yards. They come in a wide range of decorative styles and colors, which makes it a breeze to find one that will go with the design of your home. Whatever the style you are looking for, be it modern, vintage, or somewhere in between, solar post lights are sure to add a stylish flair to your home
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